Got 1 chicken in October before I had a coop or run, and I've been designing and redesigning since then. I needed a coop fast for my chicken so I bought one. Got tired of dragging a tarp on and off (on in rain and snow, off when sunny), so this week I bought Tuftex polycarbonate roofing panels at Loew's, clear to let sun and light in. Spent all day yesterday with hubby freezing putting up the panels. Keeping all of my fingers crossed they will hold up to both wind and snow. Thought I'd pass this along in case anyone else might be interested in these. I think I've seen these in some of your run pictures. They are covered right now with 4-5 inches of snow (got them up just in time) so I can't post pics. I'll add to this post if I have any problems with them through the next several months. By the way, I now have 3 RIRs, 1 is laying an egg a day and the other 2 have really red combs and are squatting but no eggs yet from them. Have a happy day with your chickens!